Today Riley talks with Buel Collins of Fiocchi Ammunition USA about important considerations and suggestions as it relates to making everyday carry of a firearm and other defensive tools truly a part of your life. We get deep into mindset, tactics, skills and gear. And we lay it out there and tell some of the […]
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Today Riley, Jacob and Matthew bring back the ULTIMATE Concealed Carry Beginner’s Guide series, that was never quite a series because we did Part 1 and then waited 114 episodes to record Part 2!! Well here it is with everything you’ve wanted to know about triggers, night sights, safeties, carry ammo and !
Today Riley and Matthew discuss the 80/20 rule as it relates to developing and maintaining skills that may or may not make a difference in a gunfight. What things should we be focusing on of the time that makes the most difference? What sort of things do we commonly see people practice, but it […]
I think the majority of gun owners and serious shooters understand that there is great value in dry-fire training. Despite this I’ve found that for many shooters, their dry fire experiences are relatively confined to a few simple drills or exercises. My intent in today’s article is to out the various reasons we dryfire and […]
In summary I would submit that if we want to avoid negligent discharges we should start by removing any thought from our mind about how our training or experience may protect us. Next we need to ask ourselves if
Riley just returned from an epic 3000+ mile road trip to Alabama and back, Jacob was on the road traveling as well, so our thoughts were recently on interstate travel and considerations that cannot be overloed when packing heat and crossing state s. Today the guys break a lot of it down plus recent lessons […]